Lille (PRWEB) 16 Septembre 2014
The Eleventh Keele Meeting on Aluminium
The Natural History of Aluminium
Past, Present and Future
Saturday 28th February to Wednesday 4th March 2015
The most important event in the meetings calendar for the global family of aluminium researchers, after Mexico, Czech Republic, Canada, England… Keele 11 will celebrate 20 years in France in Lille.
This congress is foremost a vehicle for the presentation of new and innovative science and has pioneered presentation formats which always include significant periods for discussion and allow posters to be advertised as part of oral sessions.
The Scientific Programme is entirely determined by the quality and breadth of the submitted abstracts for Platform and Poster presentations. The Keele Meetings have earned a worldwide reputation for the dissemination and discussion of high quality research. One of the Keele Meeting objective is to foster new collaborations and new friendships within the disparate global aluminium research community.
Submissions of new unpublished research are invited in all areas of aluminium (and silicon) research including;
Aqueous aluminium chemistry including its solubility and biological availability in the sea, lakes, rivers et c.
Aluminium geochemistry; including soil chemistry
Interactions of aluminium with micro-organisms
Interactions of aluminium in algae and plants
Interactions of aluminium with invertebrates and vertebrates
Human exposure to aluminium
Aluminium in human diseases
Analytical aluminium chemistry
Inorganic aluminium chemistry
Bioinorganic aluminium chemistry
Clinical aluminium chemistry
Aluminium in biotechnology
Aluminium in food, cosmetics, drugs, vaccines, prosthetics etc.
Aluminium nanoparticles and nanotoxicity
Silicon in plants, animals and humans in health and disease
Venue: Hôtel, Couvent des Minimes, Lille, France